|Statement||edited by William E. Grenfell, Jr. and William F. Laudenslayer, Jr.|
|Contributions||Grenfell, William E., Laudenslayer, William F., California Wildlife/Habitat Relationships Program., United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p., 340 p. of maps ;|
|Number of Pages||340|
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anyone seriously interested in California’s birds. This Artemisia Press edition is an exact reproduction of the original text. It also includes an interview with Dr. Frank A. Pitelka on the book’s genesis and significance. New appendices update nomenclature and list recent publications on California bird distribution. Watch for these additional common California birds in winter (December to February): Red-tailed Hawk (31% frequency) American Coot (29%) Mallard (28%) Common Raven (26%) Turkey Vulture (23%) Double-crested Cormorant (21%) Great Egret (20%) Here is a list of California summer birds (June to July) not on the lists at the top of the page. This book is a must have for any serious student of birds in Southern California. Although the status and distribution of some species have changed since it was published, 99% of the information is just as right now as it was in the early 's. Note that this book does not include photos. It is not a field guide.5/5(2). With Jon Dunn co-authored Birds of Southern California, Stauts and Distribution, the Peterson Field Guide to Warblers and Birds of the Los Angeles Region. Jon Dunn grew up in the Los Angeles area and is a bird tour leader for WINGS, chief consultant to the National Geographic's Field Guide to the Birds of North America, host/writer for the Cited by: 2.